Mark your calendar for the December IBA-RAB training webinar. Stations can participate in these monthly webinars on Tuesday, December 13th at 10:00 am or Thursday, December 15th at 3:00 pm. Information and connection details are available in the Stations Training section of the IBA web site for Member stations.
On November 21 at 10:00am – the IBA will be presenting a 1-hour live webinar – “Wage and Hour Issues Iowa Broadcasters Need to Know” – featuring IBA Legal Hotline attorney, Gene LaSuer.Webinar information and registration information. Plan to participate!
The next IBA/RAB training webinars will be held in November. Mark your calendar… this Members Only event will be presented November 1 @ 10:00am and November 3 @3:00pm Central Time. Additional information on the webinar is available in the Stations Training section of the IBA web site.
Be sure to mark you calendar for the upcoming October IBA/RAB training webinar. Stations can participate in this webinar Tuesday morning or Thursday afternoon. This Members Only webinar will be presented October 11 @ 10:00am and October 13 @3:00pm Central. Information and connection details for webinar are available in the IBA Member Training section of the web site.
The FCC announced a nationwide EAS test to take place on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 2:20 pm Eastern Time, and if necessary, the secondary test date will be October 5. The test will start when FEMA sends the alert message, in both English and Spanish, using a new nationwide test event code, NPT, and a new nationwide geographic zone code, 000000. As of July 30, 2016 EAS participants were required to have equip
Be sure to mark your calendar… for the upcoming September IBA/RAB training webinar. Members can participate in this webinar Tuesday morning or Thursday afternoon. This Members Only webinar will be presented September 13 @ 10:00am and September 15 @3:00pm Central time. Webinar information and log-in details.
The FCC has issued a revised EAS Operating Handbook. A copy of the Handbook must be located at normal duty positions or EAS equipment locations when an operator is required to be on duty and be immediately available to staff responsible for administering EAS tests.